October 13 - New Duet

Here is a preview of the new duet "Just Pretend" by Elvis Presley and Helene Fischerfrom the new "The Wonder of You" album by Elvis Presley and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Listen >> here.

Charts

  • The "If I Can Dream" CD is listed at #14 on the Billboard Classical Album chart. 
  • The CD "Way Down In The Jungle Room" is listed at #145 on the Belgian Album chart. 
  • The CD "ELV1S 30 #1 Hits" re-entered the Official UK Album chart at #94. 
  • The CD "ELV1S 30 #1 Hits" re-entered the Official Scottish Album chart at #84. 
  • The "If I Can Dream" CD is a re-entry at #92 on the Scottish Album chart.
  • The CD "The Real ... Elvis" climbed from #83 to #72 on the Official Scottish Album chart.
  • On the Physical Album Chart the "If I Can Dream" rises from #97 to #63.
  • On the Physical Album Chart the "ELV1S 30 #1 Hits is a re-entry at #67.
  • The 'If I Can Dream" CD is a re-entry at #82 on the Official UK Album Sales Chart
  • Elvis-DVD „The King Of Rock’n’Roll“ schon wieder zurück in der Musik-Video-Chart Australiens
  • The DVD "Elvis – The King Of Rock’n’Roll – 30 Hit Performances And More" re-entered the Australian Music DVD chart at #34. 
Forbes' 2016 Top-Earning Dead Celebrities List

5. Prince - $25 million

4. Elvis Presley - $27 million
3. Arnold Palmer - $40 million
2. Charles Schulz - $48 million
1. Michael Jackson - $825 million

Although it’s been nine years since his passing, the King of Pop's lucrative empire only continues to grow, as Michael Jackson earns another No. 1 spot, this time on Forbes' 2016 Top-Earning Dead Celebrities list. Sony paid the singer $115 million for a 50/50 partnership for Sony/ATV Publishing after Jackson initially bought the Sony/ATV publishing company for $47 million back in 1985 (the equivalent to $160 million today). Earlier this year, Sony bought Jackson's half for $750 million, giving the pop legend his highest payout to date. 

Cartoonist Charles Schulz -- known best for his iconic Peanuts franchise -- bows in at No. 2 with $48 million. The 2015 Peanuts' reboot The Peanuts Movie pulled in $45 million during it's weekend debut. 
Golf veteran Arnold Palmer, who passed away just last month, claims the No. 3 spot with $40 million. 
Music legends Elvis Presley and Prince close out the top 5, racking in $27 million and $25 million. Prince's Paisley Park recently opened it's doors to the public, and patrons paid anywhere from $38.50 to $100 to tour the recording studio, according to International Business Times..

Everybody Loves Elvis - Elvis Presley Box Set



Due for release from the My Generation label on November 21, 2016 is the 3 CD set "Everybody Loves Elvis".

CD 1: Blue Suede Shoes - Tutti Frutti - I Got A Woman - Just Because - Heartbreak Hotel - I Was The One - Money Honey - I Forgot To Remember To Forget - Don't Be Cruel - I Want You, I Need You, I Love You - Hound Dog - My Baby Left Me - Any Way You Want Me - I'm Left Your'e Right She's Gone - I Don't Care If The Sun Don't Shine - Mystery Train - Shake, Rattle And Roll - I Love You Because - Blue Moon - Lawdy, Miss Clawdy - Love Me Tender - Let Me - Poor Boy - We're Gonna Move

CD 2: Loving You - Party - (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear - True Love - Lonesome Cowboy - Hot Dog - Mean Woman Blues - Got A Lot O' Livin' To Do - (There'll Be) Peace In The Valley (For Me) - It Is No Secret (What God Can Do) - I Believe - Take My Hand Precious Lord - Jailhouse Rock - Young And Beautiful - I Want To Be Free - Don't Leave Me Now - (You're So Square) Baby I Don't Care - King Creole - New Orleans - As Long As I Have You - Lover Doll - Trouble - Young Dreams - Crawfish - Dixieland Rock

CD 3: Old Shep - Any Place Is Paradise - Paralyzed - Is It So Strange - Hard Headed Woman - Good Rockin' Tonight - Don't - I Beg Of You - Wear My Ring Around Your Neck - Treat Me Nice - One Night - That's All Right - Too Much - All Shook Up - Don't Ask Me Why - Blue Moon Of Kentucky - Long Tall Sally - First In Line - How Do You Think I Feel - How's The World Treating You 

Christmas and Gospel Greats


Due for release from the Not Now label on November 21, 2016 is the double CD "Christmas and Gospel Greats". 

Product description:

So entrenched was the public perception of Elvis as a hell-raiser, that the announcement he was making a record of Christmas songs sent the world into a tailspin. Released in 1957 Elvis Christmas Album, showed that Elvis had created a template for all future Christmas recordings: no rock star had ever undertaken such a project and it was Elvis who paved the way... Over the years, Elvis would always warm-up in recording studios and before live performances, by singing his favourite Gospel songs. But it was not until 1960, with the release of the LP His Hand In Mine, that the wider world understood the full extent of their rock & roll idol s fondness for inspirational music. Enjoy this superb compilation including "Santa Claus Is Back In Town", "If We Never Meet Again", "Blue Christmas" and many more.

CD 1: Santa Claus Is Back In Town - White Christmas - Here Comes Santa Claus - I'll Be Home For Christmas - Blue Christmas - Santa Bring My Baby Back - Oh Little Town Of Bethlehem - Silent Night - (There'll Be) Peace In The Valley - I Believe - Take My Hand, Precious Lord - It Is No Secret (What God Can Do)


CD 2: His Hand In Mine - I'm Gonna Walk Dem Golden Stairs - In My Father's House - Milky White Way - Known Only To Him - I Believe In The Man In The Sky - Joshua Fit The Battle - Jesus Knows What I Need - Swing Down Sweet Chariot - Mansion Over The Hilltop - If We Never Meet Again - Working On The Building


(Source: Elvis Memoties / Forbes / Amazon / The King's World / FECC)

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